End-to-End

Reinvention of Motor Rehabilitation

SWORD Health is mentioned as one of the leading technologies in the Age Tech Industry - Silicon Valley Goes Gray. Fast Company
We Know
A new approach to motor rehabilitation is needed to address the most important issues in current therapies.
01
HIGHLY DEPENDANT ON SPECIALIZED HUMAN RESOURCES
As a result, they are costly and not scalable, affecting both the access and the intensity of rehabilitation therapy.
02
FAILURE IN COMMUNICATION
Effective tools for communication are inexistent, hindering the exchange of information between the clinical team.
03
LOW ACCOUNTABILITY
Without automated tools for storing, analyzing and retrieving information on patient performance, the most relevant data from each session is left untouched.
We believe
In a new scalable therapy model for rehabilitation, powered by the enlightened combination of evidence-based medicine with the power that technology has to reinvent whole industries.
SWORD Phoenix
"SWORD Phoenix is a sophisticated, comprehensive and user-friendly rehabilitation technology, being based on the major principles of evidence-based medicine"
Dr. Jorge Lains
President Elect International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
SWORD Phoenix is the first digital therapy solution that addresses the growing demand for motor rehabilitation therapy while reducing costs, empowering patients with their recovery and providing a rich source of data for clinical teams and decision makers.
Our research shows1
Higher Quality
Patients
93% of patients demonstrated improvement in the quality of motor tasks
Reduction
66% reduction in the probability of error in a motor task
Higher Intensity
Patients
40% increase in the number of correct movements per training sessions
Sources
1Cruz VT, Bento V. et al “Motor task performance under vibratory feedback early poststroke: single center, randomized, cross-over, controled clinical trial” Sci Rep 2014; 4: 5670
Multidimensional Value Proposition
Patients
  • Increased access to rehabilitation
  • Increased intensity and effectiveness of training programs
  • An empowerment and independence in rehabilitation
  • Enables rehabilitation at the clinic and at home
Clinical team
  • Simplified prescription and management of rehabilitation programs
  • In-depth information and insights on patient performance
  • Objective assessment of patient progression through the Phoenix Score
  • More efficient organization of the workload
Institutions
  • Reduced dependence on human resources
  • Increased operational efficiency leading to substantial cost savings
  • Increased transparency in rehabilitation practices and results
  • Performance comparison through benchmarking